One of the least known and perhaps the most common types of bullying at school. Imagine that we want to play a football match, but no one chooses us in his team or that all the children say that all the positions are occupied by our classmates.
We can also think about when we are approaching our classmates and commenting on pictures of a party we have not been invited to. In an explicit way, they put us aside, they pushed us out of this group we thought we were.
It is a form of subtle bullying, by which we do not rely on that person with whom we must be in class and doing homework.We turn our backs on him, we exclude him. The emotional pain that can be caused by this bullying’s type can be very difficult to overcome because one of our biggest fears is rejection.